Invest in the Maiker Vision
Maiker Housing Partners does things differently.
We build, cultivate and activate environments where our members can thrive. We partner with justice-driven, community informed changemakers working to build a more equitable Adams County.
The Maiker Housing Partners Fund is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that advances Maiker’s vision of building a more equitable Adams County where everyone has access to affordable housing and stability support services. The Fund strengthens Maiker’s partnerships across Adams County, facilitates member-driven community building and advances our ability to address the systemic injustice at the root of poverty.
What has been funded
Community Voice for Action
The Gathering Place Community Garden
Santa Shop & Holiday Resources
In our mission to support our community members, we are always looking to join forces with partners and organizations who will help us make a bigger impact in the lives of those we serve. With this in mind, we are excited to introduce a partnership with Purposity!
By downloading the Purposity app, users are sent notifications with a specific physical need they can meet. With just a few clicks, the items are sent to us, and in the hands of our community members quickly. This gives us more time to focus on the long-term needs of those we serve.
To be a part of our Purposity movement, download the Purposity app in the App Store or www.purposity.com/home, and follow Maiker Housing Partners.
Our Board Members
Hannah Brown, M.S. (she/her/hers)
Director, Admissions & Outreach
Front Range Community College, Westminster Campus
Veronica Perez (she/her/ella)
Chief Strategy and Impact Officer
Peter LiFari (he/him/his)
Chief Executive Officer
Maiker Housing Partners
When you give to The Maiker Housing Partners Fund
When you give to The Maiker Housing Partners Fund, you invest in programs and resources that support community leadership development, promote neighbor-to-neighbor community engagement and events, and further stability support services through access to healthy food options, mental and behavioral health services, early childhood education and more.